Mainstay shares jump on implant success

ReActiv8 back pain device was implanted at St Joseph’s Hospital in Raheny, Dublin

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
14th May, 2017
Mainstay Medical is run by Peter Crosby

Shares in Irish healthcare company Mainstay Medical have jumped from €16.40 to nearly €17 after the company announced the first sale and implant of its ReActiv8 back pain device.

The implant was performed at St Joseph’s Hospital in Raheny, part of the Beaumont Hospital Group. The surgery was carried out by Dr Josh Keaveny and Dr Alexander Moudrakovski, who are consultants in anaesthesia and pain medicine.

The ReActiv8 device is a neurostimulation system...

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